noun A narrow, sheltered waterway, especially an inlet in a shoreline or channel in a marsh. (a sandy beach in a sheltered creek)
noun A member of a confederacy of North American peoples of the south-eastern US in the 16th to 19th centuries; their descendants now live mainly in Oklahoma. The Muskogean language that was spoken by members of the Creek confederacy. (It has Slovak, Inuit, Creek, and Italian, but its all Greek to me.)
adjective Relating to or denoting the Creek or their language.